The Boat for the XJ Cherokee

Automotive PhilosophyAutomotive PhilosophyEnter into the Zen garden of my opinions. Nothing here is rooted in numbers or common sentiment. The arguments made are supported by witchcraft, stereotypes, and sayings such as ‘that’s the way we’ve always done it’. My automotive mental illness might be contagious, you've been warned.

With the sun on my back and a gusty gail wind to the east, I watched the boat sail for cheap XJ Cherokees. It isn’t a big boat. Something of an early steam engine powered cargo boat. I just jumped off the dock to catch it.

I am currently swimming as quickly as I can to catch it. Doing a side stroke currently as my breast stroke wore out. My speed was never that quick as a free style swimmer

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Hopefully there are no sharks in the water. The deeper I go, the more murk I enter. I am beginning to get worried. A storm is also brewing on the horizon and the trail of the boat is becoming more calm. I fear I cannot swim faster than the boat to catch it.

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I’m tired now and I see a fin in the distance. No land in sight...

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